APPO CAPE VII

Sipopo International Conferences Hall, Malabo, 2-5 April 2019

In 2019 the APPO CAPE VII Congress and Exhibition takes place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Organized by Africa Oil & Power, the congress brings together all APPO petroleum ministers and private sector oil and gas leaders.

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About APPO CAPE VII

In 2019 the APPO CAPE VII Congress and Exhibition takes place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Organized by Africa Oil & Power, the congress brings together all APPO petroleum ministers and private sector oil and gas leaders. The petroleum industry leaders of all African Petroleum Producers’ Organization nations meet in Malabo in April 2019, representing the largest and most influential gathering of oil and gas ministers on the African continent. APPO CAPE VII is where the decisions are made that will guide the growth of Africa’s energy business.

Join us for a week of engaging programming, featuring presidential and ministerial keynotes, panel discussions, technical papers and workshops. Download the full APPO CAPE VII program, here.

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Register now for a four-day delegate pass to the APPO CAPE VII Congress and Exhibition.

The petroleum industry leaders of all African Petroleum Producers’ Organization nations meet in Malabo in April 2019, representing the largest and most influential gathering of oil and gas ministers on the African continent. APPO CAPE VII is where the decisions are made that will guide the growth of Africa’s energy business.

Join us for a week of engaging programming, featuring presidential and ministerial keynotes, panel discussions, technical papers and workshops. Read and download the full APPO CAPE VII program, here.

PLAN YOUR TRIP TO MALABO

APPO CAPE VII has two mobility partners, Ethiopian Airlines and Lufthansa Group. Enjoy discounts on these airlines for your trip to Malabo.

Ethiopian Airlines has a special booking portal for APPO CAPE VII Malabo bookings, and offers discounts for passengers traveling from any origin on the Ethiopian network.

Buy your tickets online using this link or book at a sales office using promo code AOP2019.

Lufthansa Group provides a range of discounts – from 10% to 3% depending on the class and reservation – for all Lufthansa Group flights to Malabo between March 25 and April 12.

To make a reservation, please click here and enter the access code GQZQYLG in the “Offer for discounted flights” area. This will open an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available. Note: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open.

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NEWS & UPDATES

Energy Opens Doors
March 15, 2019

This interview with César Hinestrosa Gómez, Secretary of State, Ministry of Industry and Energy Republic of Equatorial Guinea was originally published in the Africa Energy Series: Equatorial Guinea book. What do you consider the biggest achievements in energy to date? The biggest achievement in the energy sector has been the growth of production capacity. It […]

The Lights Are On
March 11, 2019

Image: SEGESA This article was originally published in the Africa Energy Series: Equatorial Guinea book. SEGESA is Equatorial Guinea’s national electricity company and is the sole owner and operator of generation, transmission and distribution assets. Tracing its roots back to a pre-independence company running a small thermal plant not far from the town of Luba, […]

Equatorial Guinea President, OPEC Secretary General Headline APPO CAPE VII
March 8, 2019

H.E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of Equatorial Guinea, and H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, will both speak at APPO CAPE VII. Secretary General of APPO H.E. Mahaman Laouan Gaya and H.E. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, will present on the foundational reforms of the African […]